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    More! More!!! this is great......... Best thread I ever did. But ,really, can a person that trained in TMA (or any Karate with LARPing), that gets mugged and hurt, can he sue the school for teaching inadequate material?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sempaiman
    More! More!!! this is great......... Best thread I ever did. But ,really, can a person that trained in TMA (or any Karate with LARPing), that gets mugged and hurt, can he sue the school for teaching inadequate material?
    to rephrase your question:
    "If a person trained at a school that promises invincibility (in writing of any kind), gets his ass beat, can he sue the school?"

    I'm only interested, because I'd would like someone with a little more interest in the law to bring up an example of this actually happening, because that would entertain me.

    ...and I'd say that it's neck and neck with mavs and macho. please carry on with the competition in making this thread better. [aka, place a nsfw tag on this thing and take it up a notch]
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    Quote Originally Posted by sempaiman
    But ,really, can a person that trained in TMA (or any Karate with LARPing), that gets mugged and hurt, can he sue the school for teaching inadequate material?
    Dude, unless they make you sign a contract where they guarantee invincibility as ysc87 said, or some other form of written, legaly-bind guarantee that they skills they give you will prevent you from being mugged and hurted in a reasonable scenario, I don't think so.

    The martial arts instruction industry is not a regulated one, which is a good and a bad thing. I'm not sure how a martial arts school can be legally accountable because of questionable quality in its instructions.

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    We should start points for Mav and El Macho and declare the winner in a couple of days and see who the supreme thread 'improver' is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by avenger
    We should start points for Mav and El Macho and declare the winner in a couple of days and see who the supreme thread 'improver' is.
    I agree, but whatever the final tallies are, we all win.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CodosDePiedra
    I agree, but whatever the final tallies are, we all win.
    Hell yeah, what's the score so far?
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    mav's got my vote.

    macho has some very nice thread improvements as well, but a bit too 'developed' for my taste. dont get me wrong, though...
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